The thirteenth Falcon film, and the last to star Tom Conway in the title role. Thriller. Planning to get away from it all, the Falcon and his side-kick Goldie wind up in the thick of things when they foil an abduction. Asked to protect a formula for synthetic diamonds, and pursued by various criminals, the smooth sleuth heads for Miami - and even bigger trouble. Topics: The Falcon, Tom Conway
Seeking to help a patient in Lime House in the middle of the night, Watson stumbles onto a murder, and after alerting Holmes, together they find another murder victim and discover both victims were involved in the opium trade. Topics: Sherlock Holmes, Tom Conway, Nigel Bruce, Detective, Crime Murder, Drama, Old Time Radio, OTR
With a runtime of 65 minutes this is the most complete version presently available. The other version here at IA is 9 minutes shorter with a 56 minute runtime. Illicit lust, voodoo and a South American werebeast. (Okay, so it's a guy in a gorilla suit.) Stars uber-blonde Barbara Payton and Raymond Burr, supported by Lon Chaney and Tom Conway Directed by Curt Siodmak Released in 1951 a.k.a. "The Face in the Water" favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: horror, voodoo, gorilla suits, Barbara Payton, Raymond Burr, Lon Chaney (Jr), Tom Conway
Nothing in this turkey makes any sense. The idiotic screenplay seems like the product of a delusional fourteen-year-old who badly flunked middle school science (see note). At times the actors appear to be stunned by the juvenile dialog they're forced to spout. As for production values, the astronauts' acceleration couches are poolside recliners. You've been warned. NOTE: The authors were Fred Gebhardt (story) and De Witt Bodeen (screenplay). Both were adults at the time. Gebhardt also wrote the... Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, moon landing, Ken Clark, Michi Kobi, Tom Conway, John Wengraf, Francis X...